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Boxing Day Sales we spend millions Its was estimated that that 22 million of us hit the high streets on Boxing day last year.  It really does amaze me that after all the shopping we have endured on the build up to Christmas, that so many of us want to go through that again.  However according to Martin Lewis, founder of money saving expert "Deals are almost always better in the Boxing Day Sales" So perhaps I need to start changing my mind thought on this.  If only I had not totally maxed out all my credit cards already! boxing day salesIt really is no wonder that so many of us find ourselves in a situation of bad debt after Christmas, wanting to make sure that our family and friends have the best time.  Along with delicious deals on Boxing Day that we cannot resist. Although we are just round the corner from Black Friday where we spent an estimated £6 billion over that particular weekend, [...]
Christmas shopping has become expensive and bad debt quickly mounts up. shopping and bad debt Christmas is a magical time of the year. It is a time that brings everyone together and enables us to spend time with our loved ones while reflecting on the year that has passed. It is a special time for all and for the whole month of December, and several months prior to that, the Christmas shopping begins. Over the decades, Christmas has evolved. It has gone from being about spending time with family to spending money on gifts, some may say the enjoyment of giving has been surpassed by the expectation of having to purchase the most expensive and up-to-date gifts. Modern Christmas Lists expensive shopping and bad debt Children put together their Christmas lists, lists that have [...]
Its amazing to think that people still are drink driving despite the well publicised risks involved. drink driving Many of us like to enjoy a few drinks, perhaps after work with colleagues or with friends at the weekend. But too many people are still getting behind the wheel while over the drink drive limit.
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